I want to start this Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D review by talking about who this camera is aimed at. This is not aimed at those of us who fancy ourselves as pro photographers and filmmakers. This is a solid mid-range camera that is aimed at families who want to be able to capture special moments in high quality, both in still and video form.
I would also suggest that the Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D is a great camera for someone who is just looking to get into the world of photography as it offers far more than your standard digital camera you can buy at the store, but it is priced very reasonably.
One of the things I really want to stress in this Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D review is just how great it is for the average joe. It boasts an impressive 24 MP count so the images are crystal clear (well as long as your picture taking is steady of course it has the dual pixel design that canon love to use and that is a good thing.
As far as AF points go, it has 45 of them and they are all sensitive to the vertical and the horizontal. This means that your photos are going to be more steady so if you take a photo in the heat of the moment there should be less chance of it being blurry.
The built in Wi-Fi means that you do not have to mess around connecting it with a wire to your devices. This may not sound like a big deal, but I can tell you that this comes in way handier than you would think and it is one of the features I wanted to bring attention to in this Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D review.
If you love to record video, the Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D is going to really impress you. It allows you to record 1080p full HD video at an impressive 60 frames per second. So all of your family movies are going to look fantastic when they are recorded with this thing!
One other thing that Canon has done with this camera which I really like is the LCD screen. I know that some people much prefer to use their screen for taking photos or recording videos (as this is the way they do it on their phones) however I am more of a take pictures with my eye kind of guy, but I found that the LCD screen on this is fantastic and the photos and video were just as good when I used that.
Another thing that I really want to stress to you guys in this Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D review is that this is a camera which could not be any easier to use. Some might say that the interface is a little barebones, but I think it is perfect for who this is aimed at, learning how to zoom in and out, turn the flash on and off and play around with the different settings is very intuitive and will have you feeling like a pro in no time at all.
I really like what Canon has done with this camera and can see why it is so popular. You are getting a lot of bang for your buck here and while great for the family who just wants some high quality memories. I also feel this could be a camera which makes you get serious about photography and video making as a hobby.